Since the release of my last novel, Rumer Has It, I’ve been a busy beaver. Not only have I been hard at work making notes on my next historical romance (to be published before Christmas), I’ve also taken care of a few other projects:
I spent time revising Duke of a Gilded Age and designing a new cover.
Blurb: When American-born Wesley Parker inherits a dukedom in 1890, he must be taught how to be an aristocrat. Assigned to the task is his attorney’s daughter, prim Belle Oakhurst. As they travel to England together on a luxurious ocean liner, their tempestuous relationship encounters more than rough seas. Neither Wesley nor Belle can foresee that their voyage across the Atlantic will be fraught with peril, and will cost more than one man his life.
I also designed a new cover for Spinster.
Blurb: Staring down life as an old maid, newly jilted Clare flees to a country home she’s inherited from her grandmother. She doesn’t count on clashing with her handsome neighbor, whose gentlemanly manners and education are at odds with his workingman’s image. As their relationship unfolds, however, she discovers the mysterious Meriweather Holcroft is not at all what he appears to be.
Jessamine’s Folly has a new cover as well.
Blurb: After her estate is entailed away, Jessamine Foster has no choice but to live with relatives who detest her. When her aunt gives her an ultimatum to leave, Jessamine accepts a position as companion to Lord Kirkendale’s sister—even though she’s been warned her predecessors can’t seem to resist the earl’s exceptional good looks. Can Jessamine manage to hold onto her job without losing her heart?
In addition, I’ve finally published paperback versions of all my historical romances, for those who enjoy the feeling of holding a good, old-fashioned book in their hands.
Furthermore, all four books in the Mannequin series are now available in the KindleUnlimited program.
Blurb: When Bethany is saddled with an unwanted, unrefined, and decidedly common guardian, she must polish him up before he’s fit for good society. As for Willoughby Winter, all that stands between him and his inheritance is to marry Bethany off. Can he succeed in his efforts before his past becomes known or will she manage to distract him from his goal—by hook or by crook?
Whew! While you are waiting for my next novel, I urge you to check out Rumer Has It. What are readers saying?
Set in the Edwardian era, this is a fun enemies-to-lovers romance…
This was so very entertaining, and the romance is spicy sweet!
Talk to you soon. ~ Suzanne